When your funder is the major creditor by an insurmountable majority and wants you to use its preferred lawfirm, well, what're you going to do? Particularly when your funder is that model of decorum in litigation, the Commonwealth.
For one North Queensland liquidator, this scenario has armed enemies who are not only seeking to remove her but also want the Commonwealth's proof of debt that she admitted for $28.9 million rejected and the Commonwealth's . . .
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